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Up here in the main mountain of camiguin, the misty shrouds and frequent rain make this a... read more

Reviewed 27 May 2018
David R
London, United Kingdom
Beautiful trek

Well I was a little bit afraid because there was a lot of comments how though this is. Well we... read more

Reviewed 30 March 2018
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Reviewed 27 May 2018

Up here in the main mountain of camiguin, the misty shrouds and frequent rain make this a microclimate above the rest of the island. It is mercifully cooler at the approach to the rainy season, and the views are fabulous.

Thank David R
Reviewed 30 March 2018

Well I was a little bit afraid because there was a lot of comments how though this is. Well we didn't feel that it was super hard. I do lot of sport so I would say that I am in a good condition. But if...More

Thank EmppuL
Reviewed 24 January 2018 via mobile

We got a guide for 800 pesos each, plus a national park fee and set off at 5.30am on this hike. Fortunately it was cool but we were soon sweating. As we were the first (I think) to ascend that morning we were lucky enough...More

3  Thank Mandy J
Reviewed 20 January 2018 via mobile

Hardest hike I’ve ever done. It took us eight hours with manyyyyy stops. We started at 5:30am so we had all day but I’m glad we started so early to beat the heat and also it started raining about an hour after we finished. It...More

1  Thank Nikohl M
Reviewed 29 September 2017

Even the bad weather didn't stop me from trekking this famous mountain in Camiguin. During the trek going up to the summit, it rained from time to time (light rain only) and it's expected that it would be foggy and cloudy at the summit, however,...More

1  Thank spunky050713
Reviewed 12 September 2017 via mobile

You can see thia mountain when you're in the street. It is so amazing. It's nice to take pictures. Just wow!

Thank queenmary28
Reviewed 31 May 2017 via mobile

Although i wasn't able to climb hibok hibok in my visit, waking up underneath it every morning was breath taking. Maybe someday i'll return and conquer this awe inspiring giant of camiguin

1  Thank akaong
Reviewed 3 January 2017

We were very unlucky with the weather. It was raining the whole time so we didn't see anything when we got to the summit. Apparently the view is really nice, you'll be able to see the White Island from afar. You can also swim in...More

Thank HelloKimber
Reviewed 14 December 2016

I was fascinated, amazed and overwhelmed not just by it's one of a kind view but also with it's trail. I titled it as "revenge" not in a negative impact, I just want to emphasize that in order to see and explore the beauty above...More

1  Thank Estella Maris A
Reviewed 22 November 2016

I climb the Hibok2x mountain last sunday and please dont under estimate this one(my first time).. We started to ascend at around 5am in the morning and we finish it until 3 pm in the afternoon. although its hard to reach the summit it was...More

3  Thank Rayleigh09
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Theon Kyne D
26 March 2018|
Response from spunky050713 | Reviewed this property |
Hi Theon. Finding a guide is so easy. You can ask some "habal-habla" driver (that's what I did when I was there) or you can go to DENR office when you register and ask them about the guide,
2 June 2017|
Response from akaong | Reviewed this property |
we stayed at sabuga seaside cottages. it's clean, decently priced, & the staff is very accomodating. they don't serve food though but that wasn't a problem for us because it's just minutes away from restos and stores via... More